Jason is a product management leader with a strong technical background and experience in award-winning startups. He's taken several products from concept to launch and positioned them for sustained growth. He specializes in products for technical audiences including software developers, system operators, data analysts and tech startups.
Jason has experience as a software development engineer and a senior product manager, which gives him the unique ability to effectively communicate product requirements to technical folks.
Besides his technical depth, Jason is good at finding solutions to complicated product problems with buy-in from team members, clients and investors.
Areas of Expertise
Loggly // senior product manager
Jason helps Loggly build the best product for its customers. He spends his time understanding customer needs, prioritizing the roadmap, writing requirements for new features, and communicating with both internal teams and customers. He's also the lead technical editor for a lot of the online content, including blogs and documentation.
keona health // Co founder & president
At Keona, Jason led the initial founding team and creation of the first product. He conducted market research, formed the product vision, and ultimately delivered the product to market. He helped land deals with top health systems including UNC Healthcare Tulane University. He also pitched and won the company's first fundraising from National Institute of Health, NC IDEA and Launchbox Digital.
amazon // software dev engineer
At Amazon, Jason developed operational software for their global fulfillment centers. He lead the initial stages of redesign for a core shipping system that processed $20B worth of orders per year. He also improved an analytical quality checking system that prevented $3M worth of errors per year. He primarily worked with C/C++, Java, Oracle, Hibernate, Spring and Eclipse.
Education & Certifications
University of illinois at urbana-champagne
BS, MS Computer Engineering
National Institute of Health Small Business Innovation Research Grant